Siddhesh Patil is an Android Engineer at Paytm Insider. Works on Paytm consumer and business apps. He is the organzier of Kotlin Mumbai, a developer community in Mumbai, India. Find talks, articles and latest developments in Android and Kotlin on this website siddroid.com

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Kotlin Mumbai: Dissecting Coroutines


Mohit Sarveiya, GDE for Kotlin talks about selectors, channels and flows and dissects coroutines

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Dissecting Coroutines

The coroutines library contains many features for starting coroutines, creating Flows and Channels, and handling a mutable shared state. But, how do we use them, how do they work and what are good use cases?

In this talk, we will explore basic to advanced features provided by the coroutines library. We’ll look at when to use state flow, shared flow, and every type of Channel. We’ll explore lesser-known features and their use cases such as selectors and actors. Did you know combining Flows uses selectors under the hood? What are they? Mohit will share his learnings from his extensive experience in using these constructs!


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That’s been it for our November meetup! It was quite interesting to understand how channels and flows work. We concluded the meetup with a Q&A round.


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Siddhesh is an Android Engineer and Kotlin Advocate from Mumbai. He currently makes apps for Paytm and Insider.in, working on Paytm's chat, payments, merchant and entertainment ticketing businesses. Over the years he has published several apps for Android that have helped clients reach their targets. Companies like Axis Bank, Yes Bank, ICICI have benifited from apps he has developed.

He also organizes an open-community for developers called Kotlin Mumbai, often participating as a speaker and helping everyone learn Android and Kotlin.

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This publication was last updated on April 15, 2021

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